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1- Speak without Fear 2- Use all of your Resources 3- Surround Yourself with English 4-Listen to Native Speakers as Much as Possible 5- Watch English Films and Television 6- Listen to English Music 7- Study As Often As Possible! 8- Do Exercises and Take Tests
hope u got this fixed but if not i know where you can go to cobyusa.com and put the model number in product search the click firmware and download to ur desktop. open it up and u will have 24 grey boxes then plug in the mp3 and clik the firmware button right below box 24 one there is a green check in box 1 then its fixed and u can disconnect it and re add ur files
Did you try resetting the language assigned in the "System" function on the top menu? If you absolutely have to start over, and I doubt you do, then do a rest while holding down the play and power buttons at the same time. That will bring up the recovery mode. Start with reboot, then try clean-up, If those don't work, then you can reformat which will clear the library, then if you HAVE to, firmware which will empty all the software off your unit, requiring you to remove WIndows Media Player 11 form your computer, restart it and reload the firmware fromt he creative site. That's a pain and probably not necessary so start small and try to switch it back to English. It's probably just the language setting in the system menu.